Couple on City’s northwest side carjacked at gunpoint

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OKLAHOMA CITY, Okla. — Police are looking for a man they say carjacked a couple at gunpoint and took off in their black Nissan Maxima.

It happened just before midnight on Friday.

The owners of the car say they were unloading the vehicle near Harvard and NW 16 St. when the suspect walked up with a gun and demanded the car.

They turned the Maxima over to the man and he took off northbound on Harvard in it.

Police are looking for a heavyset hispanic male, approximately 6 feet 2 inches tall.

He’s said to be driving a black Nissan Maxima with a paper tag.

The car’s owners say that they left a cellphone in the vehicle.

Police are hoping to ping the phone to pinpoint the car’s location, but they haven’t had any luck finding the vehicle yet.

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